Legacy Tower Developer Has Filed For FAA Height Approval, City Construction Permit

The developer of the Legacy Tower at Miami Worldcenter have filed for a construction permit and for Federal Aviation Administration height approval.

The filing with the FAA was received by the government on September 29.

According to the application, Legacy will be taller than any other tower currently at Miami Worldcenter. The tallest height of the Legacy structure is proposed to be 661 feet above ground, or 671 feet above sea level.

By comparison, Paramount Miami Worldcenter across the street topped off at 641 feet above ground.

Separately, a preliminary filing was made with Miami’s Building Department on September 14 for a construction permit to begin building Legacy (the filing was not completed, and department review does not yet appear to be underway).

The construction permit lists a tower height of 50 stories, or 659 feet.

Total construction cost is estimated at $176,295,001

There will be 549 units, along with 7,400 square feet of restaurant space, the permit states. Total development area is listed at 1,007,400 square feet.

 

 

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Smash that mf approve button

Anonymous
6 months ago

Bold and iconic!!

Yet Another Anonymous
6 months ago

Capital at Park West

Anonymous
6 months ago

Such a cool looking structure…..

Jesus
6 months ago

Of all the buildings being proposed, this one needs to happen! The most stunning of all so far proposed!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Park West will be the hot spot soon!

Azarius
6 months ago

We need more developments like this! Makes ppl want to move to Miami and making our skyline more Iconic ‼️ Approve and build fast

Anonymous
6 months ago

Is this not the Capital Brickell rendering? wtf?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Beautiful!!
Keep building such beautiful buildings, and build a destination resort casino.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Wish two towers like this were built in Miami.. only the second one, taller.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Waldorf of Astoria will be taller and nicer

Anonymous
6 months ago

This is one beautiful tower! Miami, keep them coming!!

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

Is it still breaking ground in 2020 to be built in 2023 or 2024. BTW its going to have a medical center and hospital for Miami Worldcenter that will be ready for the next pandemic with ventilators.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Looks good, also Paramount is 699′

Anonymous
6 months ago

This means construction won’t start till 2022

Anonymous
6 months ago

Or 2024 if Biden/Kamala wins, assuming it doesn’t get shelved when the economy is decimated raising taxes on everybody and keeping us them locked down.

Anonymous
6 months ago

The economy is always messed up by Democrats and recovers under Democrats. Look at history or look at Trump

Anonymous G
6 months ago

Please freaking approve this!!! Who is the General Contractor?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Just be careful getting out on the downtown side of that pool with no railings.